Consultation: Dear Sirs,I want to get divorced from my husband, we are British, and we have lived in Spain for the last nine years. We have a house together, which was paid for mostly by myself. So far we both have small jobs which we have not declared.Could we get a divorce in Spain, is […]
Divorced in UK/England
The breakdown of a relationship requires specialist knowledge, particularly where assets are located in more than one country and the laws of different countries need to be applied. We are unique in the range of services we offer in this area and at the same time sensitive to the needs of each case. Concepts such as nationality and domicile need to be understood at the outset, particularly where one country has a different interpretation to another.
If you want to get divorce in United Kingdom we can assist you through our collaborators in your country.
We can also assist when you are getting divorce in UK and the Decree to be granted would have consequences in Spain, we could assist you in the wording of the agreement or petition to make sure that Court Order could be implemented in Spain correctly.
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